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Book for next Networking Lunch

26 Oct 2010

The final Docklands New Networking Lunch for the year will be held at the recently-opened Platform 28, on Friday, December 10.

The quarterly lunch is popular with local business people as it allows them to connect and maintain relationships in an informal and friendly setting.

The first 80 people to contact Alison Kinkade at Docklands News on (JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) will be accepted for the event.  Bookings will close and payment needs to be received by Friday, December 3.

The cost is $60 and includes three courses and beverages.  Platform 28 is in the Good Shed North, cnr Bourke St and Village St.

Entree:  Pumpkin, sage and honey soup; or Soy rare beef Asian-style salad

Main; Char-grilled Gippsland sirloin with peppered red wine jus; or Pan-fried chicken breast stuffed with fetta and semi-dried tomatoes finished with a balsamic jus  Main meals served with roasted desiree potatoes, seasonal veg and house salad

Desert: Lemon tart with berry compote and cream; or Chocolate flourless cake with chocolate sauce and cream

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